WRR, Village Hall
By Andy Roff - 12th June 2018 5:00pm
Featured on the right is the team photo of Haddenham Youth FC under 9s who won the Thame Football Tournament this weekend after beating the other HYFC team in the quarter final along the way.
They won every game and didn't concede a single goal!
HYFC under 11s had both teams get through to their finals, Rangers and Colts respectively.
The Rangers unfortunately lost their final on sudden death penalties which was really heart-breaking for the boys.
The Colts lost a very tough fought game by a single goal, but both teams did HYFC proud.
Finally HYFC U12s Colts reached the final, also losing on the dreaded penalty shoot-out. This was a tough blow for the boys as they had also gone through the whole tournament without losing a match or conceding a goal!
If you want to be part of the success for the new season, HYFC iwelcomes players old and new.
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